Results for "It's About Time"
by Ian Patterson
In 1982, after five albums in ten years, Swiss free-jazz quartet OM called it a day--its four members, Christy Doran, Fredy Studer, Urs Leimgruber and Bobby Burri going their separate ways. A supposed one-off reunion in 2007 to open an exhibition on the youth movement of the 1960s and 1970s led to a successful series of ...
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: Lady Bird; Softly as in a Morning Sunrise; Big Swing Face; Boplicity; The Days of Wine and Roses; Jordu; Lady Bird (alternate take); Softly as in a Morning Sunrise (alternate take); Big Swing Face (alternate take).
by Edward Blanco
In 2006 drummer Josh Feldstein established the Verve Jazz Ensemble, a contemporary jazz group playing standards and straight ahead material in the finest venues throughout the Connecticut area without having an album to their credit until this appropriately-titled recording debut It's About Time. On tap are an array of jazz standards featuring new arrangements and dynamic ...
Track listing: 1. Dancing Foo/Squatty Roo; 2. Brigas nunca mais; 3. For All We Know; 4. The Lady of My Life/My Baby; 6. You Don't Know What Love Is/Love Is What; 7. Bird of Beauty; 8. Summer Fair; 9. It Might As Well Be Spring; 10. Lover/Gerry’s Wig.
by AAJ Italy Staff
In It's About Time del batterista Jacob Melchior ascoltiamo brani originali alternati, o ibridati, con diversi evergreen del classico repertorio jazzistico. Da dietro i tamburi Melchior dirige il Trio de SUM - che si compone anche del pianista Tadataka Unno e del bassista Hassan JJ Shakur - facendo leva su qualità ritmiche d'assoluta levatura e si ...
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: Dancing Foo / Squatty Roo; Brigas Nunca Mais; For All We Know; The Lady of My Life / My Baby; You Don't Know What Love Is / Love Is What; Bird of Beauty; Summer Fair; It Might As Well Be Spring; Lover / Gerry's Wig.
by Dan Bilawsky
The art of the trio often takes shape in a variety of ways. Many of today's leading three-piece groups rely on a difficult-is-better approach, reveling in rhythmic trickery, harmonic complexity and melodic fragmentation. Others choose to distill everything down to bare essentials but, in doing so, run the risk of playing dumbed-down lounge jazz that's generic ...